ISR 4451

Report
Cisco 4000 Series
Integrated Services Routers
Bruno Pedersoli
[email protected]
Comstor - Pre Sales Engineer Manager
DPVT R&S – Janeiro 2015
There are NO plans to announce an
end-of-sale for the ISR G2 in the
immediate future. That will happen once
a significant number of customers have
migrated to the ISR4K. Expect plenty of
notice before an actual EoS.
- ISR Product Management
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Cisco Branch Router Evolution
ISR 4451-X
First ISR based
on IOS XE
ISR G1 family
1800, 2800, 3800
The first architecture
custom designed for
integrated services
ISR G2 family
800, 1900, 2900 &
3900
Taking the ISR
concept to the next
level
Cisco 2600
Superseded 2500.
Considered one of Cisco's
premier products.
Cisco 2500
Cisco’s first family of
branch routers for 23
different deployments
ISR 4431 & 4300 family
Making for a complete
ISR 4000 family
2014
2013
2009
2004

Not shown here: 700, 1600, 1700,
4000/4500, 3600 & 3700 series routers
1998
1993
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Pay-As-You-Grow with Cisco ISR 4000 Series
Investment Protection Without Oversubscription
ISR 4451
1-2Gbps
ISR 4351
200-400 Mbps
ISR 4431
500-1000 Mbps
ISR 4331
100-300 Mbps
ISR 4321
50-100 Mbps
4-10X Faster
Add performance and services anytime
Flexible consumption options
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ISR 4000 Architecture
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Revolutionary Platform Architecture
Architected for the Optimal Application Experience
Converged Branch with
UCS® E-Series
Pay as You Grow
Performance and services
Integrated compute
Up to 8 cores
Service-Aware
Data Plane
For efficient traffic handling
Native L2-7 Services
Security, optimization
Cisco ISR
4000
Virtualized Services
Framework
Appliance-level
performance
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4-10 Times Faster
Than ISR G2 at similar price
Powering the Intelligent WAN
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Cisco ISR 4000 Family I/O Design
Management Interface
Front-Panel GE
Network Interface Modules
out-of-band control plane
connection directly to a
management network

RJ45/SFP GE Interfaces

PoE+ available on some
models
Larger and more powerful than EHWICs
 Up to 8 ports per module
 DSPs directly on modules
Internal Services Card
Internal Expansion
Currently for CUBE DSPs
USB Connections


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2 type A for file storage
USB type B console in addition
to RJ45 console and aux ports
Optional Drive NIM for
Service Containers



RAID 1 for data protection
Single HD (future) and
dual SSD options
Embedded SSD option
Enhanced Service Modules



Compatible with Cisco® ISR G2
Up to 10-Gbps connection to system
Faster and more powerful than SMs
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Cisco 4300 Comparison to 4400: Differences
Redundant power
4400 Family
Benefits
Ability to physically separate control, services,
and data plane CPU sockets
Additional service container capacity through
faster CPUs
Higher throughput for base and performance
licenses
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Cisco ISR 4400 Series Architecture
IOS
Service containers
live here
Control Plane (1
core) and Services
Plane (3 cores)
Data Plane (6 or 10
cores)
FPGE
ISR-WAAS
Multigigabit
Fabric
ISC
SM-X
KVM - Hypervisor
Service Plane
(control plane CPU)
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NIM
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Cisco ISR 4400 Packet Flow
DRAM
Control Plane
(1 core) and Services
Plane (3 cores)
Data Plane (6 or 10
cores)
4xSGMII
FPGE
4xPCIe
DRAM
Mgt Eth
Cons/Aux
USB
4xPCIe
Platform
Controller
Hub
10G XAUI
System
FPGA
1 Gb SGMII
ISC
Multigigabit
Fabric
10 Gb/slot
SM-X
2 Gb/slot
Flash
NIM
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Cisco ISR 4300 Series Architecture
Data Plane Cores
IOS
FPGE
Service Container
ISR-WAAS
Multigigabit
Fabric
ISC
SM-X
KVM - Hypervisor
Service Plane
(control plane CPU)
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NIM
Note:4321 uses 2DP, 1CP & 1SC cores
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ISR G2 and ISR 4000 Platform Pricing Overview
3RU
3RU
3RU
3RU
2RU
2RU
2RU
1RU
2RU
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3945E (350 Mbps)
$18,000 or $22,000-AX
4451 (1 or 2Gbps)
2RU
3925E (250 Mbps)
$18,000 to $20,000
AX: $23,000 to $25,000
$15,000 or $19,000-AX
3945 (150 Mbps)
$13,000 or $17,000-AX
4431 (500 or 1000 Mbps)
1RU
3925 (100 Mbps)
$11,000 to $13,000
$16,000-AX or $18,000-AX
$9500 or $13,500-AX
2951 (75 Mbps)
$7500 or $10,200-AX
4351 (200 or 400 Mbps)
2RU
$8000 to $9500
AX: $12,000 to $13,500
2921 (50 Mbps)
$3695 or $5295-AX
2911 (35 Mbps)
4331 (100 or 300 Mbps)
1RU
$2695 or $4295-AX
2901 (25 Mbps)
$1995 or $3595-AX
1941 (25 Mbps)
1RU
Desktop
$3300 to $4800
AX: $5,300 to $6,800
4321 (50 or 100 Mbps)
$1995 to $2995
AX: $3495 to $4495
$1595 or $2995-AX
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Cisco ISR 4451
ISR4451-X/K9
1 Gbps or 2 Gbps Performance
Migrate from
Cisco®
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3900E ISR
Entity
ISR 4451
CPU architecture
4 core control/services 10 core data
plane
Network Interface
Modules
3
Enhanced Service
Modules
2
Front-Panel Ethernet
4 GE (all dual-phy RJ45 or SFP)
ISC slot
1 for all ISC cards
USB type A ports
2
Power
Dual internal AC or DC
Control/services
memory
Base 4 GB; max 16 GB
1600 MHz DIMMs 2 DIMM slots
Mgmt Ethernet
1 Gbps
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A Word About -X

ISR 4451-X was originally intended to align with the ASR1002-X and the
ASR1001-X. However, this was the first member of a new family and
didn’t really require the suffix.

With the introduction of the rest of the ISR 4000 portfolio, the ISR 4451X is now the ISR 4451 without the –X.

Ordering SKUs remain unchanged and keep the –X for consistency with
existing orders and quotes.

The –X is being removed from all collateral, but the platform remains
exactly the same.
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Cisco ISR 4431
ISR4431/K9
500 Mbps or 1 Gbps Performance
Migrate from
Cisco®
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3900 Series ISR
Entity
ISR 4431
CPU architecture
4 core control/services
6 core data plane
Network Interface
Modules
3
Enhanced Service
Modules
0
Front-Panel Ethernet
4 GE (all dual-phy RJ45 or SFP)
ISC slot
1 for all ISC cards
USB type A ports
2
Power
Dual internal AC or DC
Control/services
memory
Base 4 GB; max 16 GB
1600 MHz DIMMs 2 DIMM slots
Mgmt Ethernet
1 Gbps
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Cisco ISR 4351
ISR4351/K9
200 Mbps or 400 Mbps Performance
Migrate from
Cisco®
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2951 ISR
Entity
ISR 4351
CPU architecture
8-core CPU
Network Interface
Modules
3
Enhanced Service
Modules
2
Front-Panel Ethernet
3 GE (all dual phy RJ45 or SFP)
ISC slot
1 for all ISC cards
USB type A ports
2
Power
Single internal AC or DC
Control/services
memory
Base 4 GB; max 16 GB
1600 MHz DIMMs 2 DIMM slots
Mgmt Ethernet
1 Gbps
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Cisco ISR 4331
ISR4331/K9
100 Mbps or 300 Mbps Performance
Migrate from Cisco® 2911 or 2921 ISR
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Entity
ISR 4331
CPU architecture
8-core CPU
Network Interface
Modules
2
Enhanced Service
Modules
1
Front-Panel Ethernet
1 dual-phy (SFP or RJ45)
1 RJ45 only
1 SFP only (copper SFP supported)
ISC slot
1 for all ISC cards
USB type A ports
1
Power
1 internal AC
Control/services
memory
Base 4 GB; max 16 GB
1333 MHz DIMMs 2 DIMM slots
Mgmt Ethernet
1 Gbps
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Cisco ISR 4321
ISR4321/K9
50 Mbps or 100 Mbps Performance
Migrate from
Cisco®
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1941 or 2901 ISR
Entity
ISR 4321
CPU architecture
4-core CPU
Network Interface
Modules
2
Enhanced Service
Modules
0
Front-Panel Ethernet
2 GE (1 dual-phy, 1 RJ45 only)
ISC slot
1 for all ISC cards
USB type A ports
1
Power
1 internal AC
Control/services
memory
Base 4 GB; max 12 GB
1333 MHz DIMMs 2 DIMM slots
Mgmt Ethernet
1 Gbps
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Modules
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ISR G2 Module Compatibility
ISR G2
ISR 4000
EHWIC
NIM
ISM
ISC
PVDM-3
PVDM-4
SM
SM-X
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SM-X
(not backward-compatible)
SM-X
(backward-compatible)
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Connectivity Options
Outside the office
Inside the office
Analog Voice
 T1/E1
PSTN
 FXO, PRI
 FXS, E/M
 SRST
 CME
Ethernet / Switching
 SM 16/24/48 port
switch module
WAN/
Internet
 T1/E1, T3/E3,
serial
 Routed port (1 GE / 10
GE) CU/SFP module
 ADSL, VDSL,
SHDSL (roadmap)
 NIM 4- and 8-port
switch module
(roadmap)
 3G/4G – By 819
Backup
 3G/4G built in
(roadmap)
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Cisco UCS® E-Series
 2, 4, 6 and 8-core
Intel® Xeon® processors
 Up to 3 TB storage and
48 GB DRAM
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SM-X Switch Module: 16/24/48 LAN Ports
Shipping
Features:
•
16, 24, 48 LAN port module
•
POE + (30W of power per port)
•
Optional License upgrade to layer 3 features
•
MACsec and Trustsec enabled
Benefits:
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No additional maintenance contract required
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Converged architecture
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NIM Switch Module: 4/8 LAN Ports
Available April 2015
Features:
Representative image only.
This is actually a T1/E1 module.
•
4/8 port LAN switch module
•
POE+ (30W) available for 8 port module
•
128 bit MACsec support (post-FCS software)
Benefits:
•
Small form factor
•
Online Insertion and Removal (OIR)
•
Configurable from router CLI
Actual 4-port ESW in the wild.
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Gigabit Ethernet Routed Interfaces
Shipping
• Increased density of GE Ethernet interfaces
• First 10GE port module in ISR family
• All “routed” ports = Feature parity with
onboard ports
• All 1GE ports are dual-phy: RJ45 or SFP
• Two options
• 6 port GE
• 4 port GE OR 1 port 10GE
• Switchable between 4x1G and 1x10G
6 x 1 GE
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4 x 1 GE or 1 x 10 GE
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4G LTE NIM for ISR 4451 Series Platforms
FCS: April 2015
•
NIM-4G-LTE-GA
•
NIM-4G-LTE-VZ
•
NIM-4G-LTE-ST
•
NIM-4G-LTE-NA
(Beta: late CY2014)
Legends:
•
GA: Global: Europe and Australia (selected LATAM & APAC Countries / SPs)
•
VZ: USA Verizon ST: USA Sprint AT: USA AT&T
•
NA: USA & Canada: AT&T, Bell, Telus and Rogers
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Voice Modules
Available
• Digital Voice Cards:
• Available 1, 2, 4 and 8 port Multiflex Trunk Voice Cards (T1/E1)
• Analog Voice Cards:
• Available 2 and 4 FXO or FXS ports
• New: Combo card with 2 FXS ports and 4 FXO ports in the same NIM
Roadmap
• E&M cards:
• 2 and 4 port cards. FCS in November 2014
• BRI cards:
• 2 and 4 port cards (Voice only). FCS early 2015.
• Adapter SM  NIM. Available in Dec 2014.
• DSP Farm card with up to 3,000 DSP channels. Available end 2015.
X
What’s new?
• EVM high-capacity cards – not available on 4K
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No transcoding DSP on the
MB  all cards have
dedicated DSP on the card
itself
All cards are NIM (not SM).
Max # of NIM slots on 4K
is 3. Can be extended to 5
using the SMNIM adapter.
For customers who use SIP
with transcoding and/or
conferencing, additional
DSP via the DSP Farm card
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ISR 4K DSP Resources

PVDM4 uses the same DSP as the PVDM3

Physically different form-factor

Designed to fit on voice NIMs as well as platform ISC slot

Platform DSP intended for CUBE
PVDM4

Module DSP intended for transcoding

Allows DSP resources to grow incrementally with modules

Look for module+DSP value bundles
NIM-2MFT-T1/E1
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With NIM
Blank
SM-X Carrier Card for NIM
• Converts an SM slot to chassis equivalent NIM slot
• Supports ONE single-wide or ONE double-wide NIM
• Brings ISR 4451 port density closer to ISR-G2.
• Facilitates high-density voice, data & compute solutions
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UCS E-Series Portfolio – M2
Cisco UCS-E180D
Scalability
Cisco UCS-E160D
Cisco UCS-E140S
Cisco UCS-EN120S
•
•
•
Service Module
VMware and
Hyper-V Certified
Network Compute
Applications –
vWLC, vWAAS
•
•
•
•
Service Module
Vmware, Hyper-V,
Citrix Certified
Intel E3 4 Core
Processor
vWLC, vWAAS,
Physical Security
•
•
•
•
Service Module
Vmware, Hyper-V, Citrix
Certified
Intel E5 6 Core
Processor
vWLC, vWAAS, Virtual
Desktops, Physical
Security
•
•
•
•
Service Module
Vmware, Hyper-V, Citrix
Certified
Intel E5 8 Core Processor
vWLC, vWAAS, Virtual
Desktops, Physical
Security, Security
applications
Feature Richness
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Migration Guide
• At-a-Glance Available Now*
• In-depth Guide Available Soon
* http://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/products/collateral/routers/4000-series-integrated-services-routers-isr/aag_c83-731053.pdf
or at http://www.cisco.com/go/isr4000
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ASIC-Like Experience with New Services
Appliance-Level Performance
Miercom Testing: Cisco® 4451 ISR
2
1.5
Enabling Technologies

Multicore architecture

Service-aware data plane

Multigigabit fabric
1
Benefits
0.5
0

Up to 10 times faster performance

Scalability
4451-X no-perf license

Layer 7 services
4451-X perf license

Steady performance curve maintained
with new additive services
Additive features and services
Software-only router
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G2 to 4k Performance Improvement
• Radically different, more predictable performance curve on ISR 4K.
• The heavier the services, the higher performance delta between platforms
@22%
CPU
@53%
CPU
@43%
CPU
@81%
CPU
@65%
CPU
@20%
CPU
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@89%
CPU
@54%
CPU
@33%
CPU
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Supported
L2/L3 Routing
AAA, ACL, AToM, BFD, BGP, CEF, CoPP, DHCP, DNS,
EIGRP,EEM, EIGRP, Frame Relay, FHRP, Flexible Netflow,
HSRP, HTTP(S), IEEE 802.1Q, IGMP, IP SLA, IPv6 (Multicast,
QoS, IS-IS, BGP, OSPF, RIPng, Switching), ISIS, L2TPv3,LISP,
L2VPN, LLQ, MLPPP, MPLS (TE, VPN), MLPPP, Mobile IPv6,
NAT, NBAR, NSF, Net Flow, NTP, NHRP, OER, OSPFv3,
PIMv6, PPPoE, PfR, PBR, QoS, RADIUS, RGMP, RSVP, RRI,
SNMPv3, SSH, SCPv2, SSM, TACACs+, VRRP, X.25
Voice
CUBE, CME, SRST,
TDM GW, TCL, MGCP,
H323, SIP, SCCP,ESRST, RSVP, CAC
Security
TrustSec, DMVPN,
TrustSec, MVPN, DMVPN,
GETVPN, FlexVPN, SSLVPN,
EasyVPN, PKI server, ZBFW,
IPS
On Roadmap
SNA,
SNAsw
DLSw,
STUN
BSTUN
…
No Support on IOS XE
Contact BU for prioritization.
On Roadmap
G2/XE Feature compatibility/Gaps
No Support on XE
Common Across ISR G2 and ISR 4k
L2/L3 Routing
AAA, ACL, AToM, BFD, BGP, CEF, CoPP, DHCP, DNSEIGRP,EEM, EIGRP,
Frame Relay, FHRP, Flexible Netflow, HSRP, HTTP(S), IEEE 802.1Q, IGMP,
IP SLA, IPv6 (Multicast, QoS, IS_IS, BGP, OSPF, RIPng, Switching), ISIS,
L2TPv3,LISP, L2VPN, LLQ, MLPPP, MPLS (TE, VPN), MLPPP, Mobile IPv6,
NAT, NBAR, NSF, NetFlow, NTP, NHRP, OER, OSPFv3, PIMv6, PPPoE, PfR,
PBR, QoS, RADIUS, RGMP, RSVP, RRI, SNMPv3, SSH, SCPv2, SSM,
TACACs+, VRRP, X.25
ISR G2 only
ATM, STP, Switch port Analyzer (SPAN,
ADSL, XDSL, SHDSL), Dialer, ISDN, Mobile
IP, WAAS Express
Voice
CUBE,
CME,SRST TDM
GW, TCL,
MGCP, H323,
SIP, SCCP,
E-SRST, RSVP
CAC
Security
Trust Sec,
MVPN,
DMVPN,
GETVPN,
FlexVPN,
SSLVPN,
EasyVPN,
PKI server,
ZBFW, IPS
IOS XE only
BFD (EIGRP, uRPFv6, RTCPv6), ERSPAN,
ISG, VPLS,
vFW- vrf aware sw infra (VASI), ISR WAAS
UC – VXML/LMR, Gatekeeper, Video
Conferencing
Legacy Prot: DLSw, STUN/BSTUN, Novell
IPX, DECnet, BSC, SNA, SNAsw, CLNS,
XNS, NCP, NCIA, RSRB, SRB
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L2/L3 Routing
On Roadmap
Feature Name
ISR G2
ISR 4k
802.1Q Tunneling and L2PT, MLPPP
Yes
Yes
ATM, Spanning Tree (STP), Switchport
Analyzer (SPAN, ADSL, XDSL, SHDSL)
Yes
No
Frame Relay, BFD support (RIPv2, PIM)
Yes
Yes
BFD EIGRP, BFD MultiHop Client (v4/v6),
uRPF for v6, RTP/RTCP over IPv6, L2TPv3
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
IPv6 Access Services – PPPoA
Yes
No
IPv6 Access Services – PPPoE
Yes
Yes
LDAP Integration with Active Directory
Yes
No
LACP 802.3ad for GigE Interfaces
No
Yes
MAC auth bypass(MAB)
Yes
No
Legacy Protocols- X.25, DLSw,
STUN/BSTUN, Novell IPX, DECnet, BSC,
SNA, SNAsw, CLNS, XNS, NCP, NCIA,
RSRB, SRB
IP Multicast Dynamic NAT
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No Support
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L2/L3 Routing
For Your
Reference
Feature Name
ISR G2
ISR 4k
MPLS VPN, MPLS Pseudowire, MPLS
Tunnel Based Admission Control (TBAC)
Mobile IP/Modem Support
No
Yes
Yes
No
MediaTrace/PerfMon
Yes
No
MediaNet/NAM
Yes
No
NAT support- IP Sec ESP, H.245
Tunneling, Stateful NAT 64
No
Yes
NAT Box to Box HA Support
Yes
No
NID (Network Interface device)
Yes
No
OSPFv3 – BFD, NSR
No
Yes
QoS – QDM, CnH
Yes
No
QoS Match VLAN, HQF
Yes
No
WAAS Express
Yes
No
vFW – VRF aware software infrastructure
VASI
No
Yes
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On Roadmap
Security and VPN
Feature Name
ISR G2
ISR 4k
Yes
Yes
CWS connector
Yes
No
IOS-IPS
Yes
No
EasyVPN Client
Yes
No
SSLVPN Server
Yes
No
WAN MACsec
No
No
TrustSec, MVPN, DMVPN,
GETVPN, FlexVPN, EasyVPN,
PKI server, ZBFW, IPS
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For Your
Reference
IPSec Scalability comparison
ISR G2 IPsec
VPN Tunnel
Scalability
IOS Max number of
tunnels (*)
ISR G2
HSEC+ISM
VPN
IOS Max number of
tunnels (*)
ISR 4K IPsec
VPN Tunnel
Scalability
Tunnels
Tunnels
Tunnels
1941
150
500
250
4321
2901
150
700
1000
4331
2911
225
1000
1500
2921
900
1500
2000
4351
4431
2951
1000
2000
4000
4451
3925
1500
2500
3945
2000
3000
3925E
3000
3945E
3000
(*) license specific restrictions apply
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For Your
Reference
IPSec Performance comparison
ISR G2 IPSec AES
with IMIX
Mbps @ IMIX
With ISMVPN
Mbps @
IMIX
Mbps @
IMIX
1941
60
170.0
100
4321
2901
60
170.0
300
4331
2911
65
170.0
400
4351
2921
80
215.0
1,000
4431
2951
150
395.0
1,300
4451
3925
215
715.0
3945
245
715.0
3925E
630
3945E
800
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No ISM-VPN
ISR 4K IPSec AES with
IMIX
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UC/Voice
On Roadmap
Feature Name
ISR G2
ISR 4k
CUBE, CME, SRST, TDM GW, TCL,
MGCP, H323, SIP, SCCP, E-SRST,
RSVP, CAC
Yes
Yes
BRI, E&M
Yes
No
DSAPP, E1 R2, MGCP McMoH, MGCP sRTP,
FGD (eana, os, e&m)
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Connection Trunk, LMR, Hootie, SIP sRTP,
MGCP MLPP for T1-PRI(backhaul) and T1-CAS
(wink start)
VoiceXML, Voice+Data integrated access, ISDN
viceo switching on gateway (drop DSPs)
H.320 video gateway, Cisco V.150 Min Essential
requirements
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Unified Collaboration Scale
500
100
100
100
50
4331
50
4321
(1 RU(Desktop), 50-100 Mbps)
2911
2901
100
35
35
200
50
2921
400
100
100
2000
3000
350
4451
1000
250
750
4431
4351
(1 RU, 500-1000 Mbps)
1200
(2 RU, 1000-2000 Mbps)
3925E
(2 RU, 200-400 Mbps)
(1 RU, 100-300 Mbps)
2951
600
150
250
For Your
Reference
6000
450
3925
800
250
730
3945
950
350
1200
2100
400
1350
3945E
2500
450
1500
CUBE
CME
SRST
50
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Cisco ISR 4000 Series
Purpose-Built for the Ultimate Branch Application Experience
High Performance
Greater Agility
IT Simplicity
A
B
C
For Optimal User Experience
For Better Business Outcomes
Drive to Lowest TCO
 4-10X faster
 Revolutionary architecture
 Innovative services
 Pay as you grow
 Automation / programmability
 App and user-centric policy
 All-in-one box
 Virtualized services
ISR 4321
(50-100 Mbps)
ISR 4331
(100-300 Mbps)
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(200-400 Mbps)
ISR 4431
(500-1000 Mbps)
ISR 4451
(1-2Gbps)
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Service Integration
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Service Virtualization for Networking
Service Containers
 Dedicated virtualized compute
resources
 CPU, disk, memory
for each service
 Easily repurpose resources
 Industry-standard hypervisor
VM 1
VM 2
VM 3
WAAS
Energywise
Future App
Benefits
 Better performing network services
 Ease of deployment with zero
footprint; no truck roll
 Greater security through fault isolation
 High reliability
 Flexibility to upgrade network services
independent of router IOS® Software
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Storage Options
NIM-SSD:
•
1 or 2 hot-swappable 200GB SSD drives
•
100GB and 400GB options in the future
NIM-HDD:
•
1 hot-swappable 500GB or 1TB drive
•
Available as soon as a container supports it
SSD-MSATA-200G:
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Doesn’t consume a NIM slot!
•
Embedded 200GB SSD storage
•
Not available on 4431 & 4451
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For Your
Reference
ISR-WAAS Scalability
Platform
WAAS Option
Hardware
TCP
Connections
Target
Optimized WAN
ISR-WAAS
16GB DRAM, 32GB
Flash, 2x200GB SSD
2500
150 Mbps
vWAAS
UCS-E single or
doublewide
2500-8500
200 Mbps+
ISR-WAAS
16GB DRAM, 16GB
Flash, 1x200GB SSD
1300
100 Mbps
ISR-WAAS
16GB DRAM, 16GB
Flash, 1x200GB SSD
1300
100 Mbps
vWAAS
UCS-E single or
doublewide
1300-7300
80 Mbps+
ISR-WAAS
16GB DRAM, 16GB
Flash, 1x200GB SSD
750
75 Mbps
vWAAS
UCS-E singlewide
3900
80 Mbps+
ISR-WAAS
8GB DRAM, 8GB
Flash, 1x200GB SSD
200
50 Mbps
4451
4431
4351
4331
4321
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